What Matters Most? Finding Spiritual Treasure in Everyday Life - out this October

This October, my new book What Matters Most? Finding Spiritual Treasure in Everyday Life is officially published by Lion Hudson. I've written the book to explore (for myself, as much as anyone else) how we set about discovering what matters most, and what we can do to live as if we truly believe it. It's gentle, reflective, but purposeful. It won't, of course, tell you what to believe, or what to do - but it will, I hope, inspire honest reflection and challenge you to reconnect with the Source of your wisdom, passion, energy, values, life and love...

So I'm excited about this autumn! In its own right, it's such an evocative season - and to that end, I'll be leading a series of Ode to Autumn walking retreats. The first three (which I announced first to my mailing list) filled up immediately - so I've now added a final date, which is Thursday October 23rd. Let me know if you'd like to join me for it. And if you want to make sure you're the first to know about my retreats in future, do sign up for very occasional e-mail notifications here. 

I'll also be presenting Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4 on Saturdays October 25, November 1 and 8. 

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By the way, if we haven't met before: I'm a writer, speaker and facilitator, and I've developed simple and (I hope) inspiring ways for you to engage with my material (whether in person, or from a distance). These flow from my Christian spirituality, and tend to follow the path of the seasons.

Whether you read one of my books, embark on some one-to-one work, come for a Spring or Autumn walking retreat, or sign up to an Advent or Lent e-mail series, I hope you discover more of what matters most.

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"Your work is inspirational and unique. I have touched places in my soul I have never been to." Heather, a subscriber to my e-mail series

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I'm thrilled to say that Stewardship - an organisation that helps you to give charitably - is now able to receive donations for my work, and to send them on to me, gift-aided. So if you share my vision, to help as many ordinary people as possible to nurture an everyday spirituality that breathes life back into the world around them, then please consider supporting me, and write to my lovely assistant katharinedraper@gmail.com for further details.

Thank you!